Tall case clock, c. 1820, likely Pennsylvania, cherry case with broken arch, scrolled hood above with three brass finials, arched glazed door centering turned columns above deep molding over waist with chamfered and lambs tongue corners, rectangular door over base with center panel and chamfered and lambs tongue corners over a base molding above ogee bracket feet, brass 8 day movement with arched plates and a brass intermediate plate adapted with tabs to dial, moving mood painted iron dial marked "Osborne…" with date wheel and seconds hand is not signed, movement not original to case, wear consistent with age and use, pine feet are replacements, mask is not present, pendulum rod, bob, two winding keys and case key present, no weights, not tested for working condition, sold as is, approximately 88" h. x 21" w. x 11" d. (82" h. without hood)

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